Simulink is a block diagram environment that is designed for simulation in multiple domains and for model-based design. It supports automatic code generation, system-level design, and continuous verification and testing of embedded systems. Simulink provides customisable block libraries, as well as a graphical editor and a solution for simulating and modelling dynamic systems.
There is also an integration of Simulink and MATLAB, which further lets you make use of MATLAB algorithms and incorporate them into the models. You may also export the simulation results to MATLAB for analytical purposes. At Geoff and Francis, we can help you with Simulink implementation for varied applications. Since our experts can also deal with MATLAB implementation, they can help you make use of both the tools in integration.
We can support your use of Simulink for several purposes, including the following:
- Model-based design
- Control systems
- Digital signal processing
- Communications systems
- Embedded systems
- Image and video processing
With the help of Simulink’s extensive predefined blocks library and drag-and-drop operations, we can assist you build graphical models. The supported model types consist of linear, nonlinear, discrete-time, continuous-time, multirate, hybrid systems, and conditionally executed systems. We can assemble the models into hierarchies for creating a streamlined view of subsystems or components. This is done to present the high-level information concisely and clearly, while the detailed information remains concealed in subsystems in the model hierarchy.
At Geoff and Francis, we do effective Simulink implementation for research projects in order to lift your ideas above the ground so you can complete your research projects in a better way. In case you need assistance with Simulink, simply let us know through an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our representatives will get in touch with you immediately.